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After years of competition, the Army and Marine Corps are finally getting ready to choose a winner from among three competitors to produce about 55,000 Joint Light Tactical Vehicles — 50,000 for the Army and another 5,500 for the Corps, at an estimated $250,000 a pop.

Teams led by AM General, Lockheed Martin, and Oshkosh Defense are fighting it out to be top dog once the government picks a winner in 2015, and on June 14, the services had the three teams come out to Quantico to show off their designs. The companies shot lots of photos during the muddy beauty pageant, and we’ve selected a couple of shots to pass on…

Click though for pics after the jump….

Oshkosh Defense brought along their L-ATV:


Humvee maker AM General brought their Blast Resistant Vehicle – Off road (BRV-O)


And Lockheed Martin rolled out their contribution to the competition, if is the only one left of the original teams who have been competing for the contract since 2005

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